As part of the Scott Kelby World Wide Photo Walk happening this Saturday 5th Oct (a world wide coordinated photo walk), I’ve been invited by the leader of the Singapore walk Wilson Wong to conduct a short workshop on street photography from 3pm to 4pm, and thereafter walk together with the participants of the photo walk.
Using photos from my photos from Little India, Orchard Road and the streets of Shinjuku and Shibuya in Japan, I will cover stuff like
1. Walking the streets – what to see, how to see
2. How to photograph strangers on the streets, and how to gain access to people
3. Seeing the light – how to use light to your advantage
4. Composition of the street – how to compose a photo based on the randomness of the
5. How to manage exposure and focus in a fast changing environment
6. How to make a unique visual statement
Participants will also be walked through a set of photos on Shibuya Crossings, a sub-project within Tokyo Dreaming, my long term project on the streets of Tokyo, to see how the principles covered were put in place. Using short video clips filmed on the streets of Tokyo, participants will be able to see how I approach my subjects, and by going through each photo in turn, you will also see how light and composition were used in creating those photos.
The official world wide photo walk registration is already fully subscribed and closed, but the workshop is open even to members of the public. Here are the details:
When: 5th October 2013 (Saturday)
Time: 3-4pm (2.30pm registration)
Where: The Arts House (The Old Parliament House) – Behind Empress Place/Victoria Theatre.
Fee: $35 for public / $25 for The Photographers’ Guild Members.
Please note the workshop fees are for covering the food (refreshments will be served) as well as rental of the place at the Arts House. The photo walk itself is FREE.
Please email the organiser, Wilson Wong at email@example.com by THURSDAY 3rd October 2013 – 2359 hrs) if you want to attend the workshop.
PS: I’m just the speaker, not the organiser, so pls email Wilson if you wish to attend! 🙂
PS again: You do not need to go for the Scott Kelby walk to attend the workshop. If you are interested, you are welcome to join us for the walk as well. (walking is free haha!)
Do drop by on Saturday if you are free!